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Publications 2012

BioWin is used and referenced in papers throughout the industry.  A sample of papers is provided below.



Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation 85th Annual Technical Exhibition & Conference, New Orleans, LA, USA, September 29 – October 3, 2012.


  1. EVALUATION OF NITRIFICATION INHIBITION USING SEQUENCING BATCH REACTORS AND BIOWIN MODELING, AND THE EFFECT OF AQUEOUS FILM FORMING FOAM ON BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL
    Daniel M. Hingley,Charles Bott, Bill Balzer, Kevin Parker
  2. CALIBRATION PROTOCOL FOR THE PARTICULATE BIOFILM MODELS USED IN BIOLOGICAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT
    Ahmed Eldyasti; George Nakhla; and Jesse Zhu
  3. COMING FULL CIRCLE: MOVING WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS TOWARDS ENERGY NEUTRALITY
    Matthew P. Van Horne, Joe Rohrbacher, Paul Pitt
  4. MODEL-BASED AERATION SYSTEMS DESIGN -CASE STUDY NANSEMOND WWTP
    Leiv Rieger, Charles B. Bott, William J. Balzer, Richard M. Jones
  5. “DOING THE TWO-STEP” – REDUCED ENERGY CONSUMPTION SPARKS RENEWED INTEREST IN MULTISTAGE BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT
    Tim Constantine; Dwight Houweling; Jeremy Kraemer
  6. THE BEST BANG FOR THE BUCK: MAKING THE MOST OF AVAILABLE INFLUENT CARBON FOR NUTRIENT REMOVAL
    John Bratby, Jose Jimenez, Denny Parker
  7. PILOT TESTING NUTRIENT RECOVERY FROM WAS STREAMS FOR STRUVITE CONTROL AND RECYCLE LOAD REDUCTION
    Ron Latimer, Vivi Nguyen, Enrique Vadiveloo, Paul Pitt, 
Robert Harris, Richard Porter, Holly Elmendorf, Tyler Richards
  8. TRY BEFORE YOU BUY – BENCH-SCALE DIGESTION EVALUATION OF POTENTIAL CO-DIGESTION WASTE STREAMS
    Scott A. Hardy, 
Madan Tandukar, Spyros G. Pavlostathis, Richard Porter, Holly Elmendorf
  9. A THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL EVALUATION OF STRUVITE CONTROL AND RECOVERY: TWO CASE STUDIES
    Enrique Vadiveloo, Robert Fergen, Manuel Moncholi, Paul Pitt, Robert Sharp, David Wankmuller, Ron Latimer
  10. NITRIFICATION 101 REVISITED: SIGNIFICANCE OF MULTISTEP NITRIFICATION IN ACTIVATED SLUDGE PLANT DESIGN AND OPERATION
    Richard M Jones, Christopher M. Bye and Peter L. Dold
  11. REGION-WIDE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT MODELING ENHANCES FACILITY MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING
    Christopher M. Bye, José R. Bicudo, Richard M. Jones
  12. USING A DYNAMIC PROCESS MODEL TO INVESTIGATE FULL-SCALE UPGRADES TO MAXIMIZE SECONDARY WET WEATHER TREATMENT USING STEP-FEED
    Ting Lu, Andrew Shaw, Anjana Kadava, James Fitzpatrick, Scott Reed, Donald Linn
  13. CALIBRATING PROCESS AND HYDRAULIC MODELS TO RE-RATE THE BIG DRY CREEK WWTF
    Heather M. Phillips, Mike Johnson, Lela Perkins, Kent Brugler, Steve Grooters, Tim Woodard
  14. MODELING THE POTENTIAL IMPACT OF SLUDGE PRE-TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES
    Christopher M. Bye, Richard M. Jones, Peter L. Dold
  15. CAPITAL AND OPERATING COST EVALUATION OF CAS VS. MBR TREATMENT
    Thor Young, Mert Muftugil, Sebastian Smoot, Jeff Peeters
  16. SELECTING THE RIGHT TREATMENT PROCESS FOR A NEW WATER RECLAMATION FACILITY
    Sudhanva Paranjape, Rod Reardon; William J. Hurley, Larry Tunnell, Mark Ikeler
  17. COMPARISON OF PROCESS ALTERNATIVES FOR ENHANCED NUTRIENT REMOVAL: PERSPECTIVES ON ENERGY REQUIREMENTS AND COSTS
    Derya Dursun, Jose Jimenez, Aaron Briggs
  18. A FRAMEWORK FOR REAL-TIME PROCESS CONTROL
    Katya Bilyk, Joe Rohrbacher, Bill Balzer, Ron Latimer, Paul Pitt, Alan Stone, Charles Bott, and Rick Baumler
  19. A TALE OF TWO NUTRIENTS
COMPLIANCE PLANNING FOR AN UNCERTAIN WORLD
    Steven M. Ravel, Richard Leger
  20. FIELD VALIDATION OF SEQUENCING BATCH REACTOR AND CLOTH MEDIA FILTRATION TECHNOLOGIES TO ATTAIN ULTRA-LOW NUTRIENT LEVELS
    Terence K. Reid, Al Zerbato, Rungrod Jittawattanarat, Lloyd W. Johnson, Kenneth A. Mikkelson, Matthew Castillo
  21. DEBOTTLENECKING ANAEROBIC DIGESTER CAPACITY – SOMETIMES WAS THICKENING ISN’T ENOUGH
    Theresa Bruton, Michael Bullard, Scott Hardy, Ron Latimer, Amy Hanna, Richard Porter
  22. BNR MBR FOR LOW LEVEL PHOSPHORUS – THE LITTLE THINGS MATTER
    Mario Benisch, JB Neethling, Casey Fisher, Don Keil
  23. KDO EXPERIMENTS AT NYC DEP’S FULL-SCALE DEMONSTRATION FACILITY
    Robert Sharp, Sarah Dailey, Melissa Motyl, Allen Deur, Keith Beckmann
  24. THE ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY OF URINE SEGREGATION AS A MEANS OF WASTEWATER NUTRIENT REDUCTION
    John Davis, Nora Kim, Karen Harrison
  25. THE DIRTY SECRET OF PRIMARY SLUDGE PREFERMENTERS
    John Bratby, Stephanie Fevig, Jose Jimenez
  26. UPDATING AN OLD APPROACH TO SOLVE A MODERN PROBLEM TO REMOVE NITROGEN (AND SAVING MONEY IN THE PROCESS)
    William Brink, Rhodes Copithorn, Marc Drainville, Kristi Perri, Thor Young
  27. ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVES FOR SIDESTREAM NUTRIENT REMOVAL AND RECOVERY
    Wendell Khunjar, Katya Bilyk, Ron Taylor, Paul Pitt, and David Wankmuller
  28. MAXIMIZING SECONDARY WET WEATHER TREATMENT CAPACITY AT A NORTHWEST CSO FACILITY
    Adrienne Menniti, Bruce Johnson, Glen Daigger, Samuel Jeyanayagam, Lynne Chicoine, Paul Suto, Vu Han , Chris Selker, Mike Stebbins, Mike Ciolli
  29. MYTHS ABOUT AMMONIA FEEDFORWARD AERATION CONTROL
    Leiv Rieger, Richard M. Jones, Peter L. Dold and Charles B. Bott
  30. MOVING BED BIOFILM REACTOR TECHNOLOGY – EXPERIENCE AND PERFORMANCE WITH THE FIRST INSTALLATION IN NORTH CAROLINA
    John Brinkley, Robert Souza
  31. ASSESSING VARIABILITY FOR NUTRIENT REMOVAL IMPROVEMENTS
    Leon Downing, Mike Gerbitz, and Dale Doerr
  32. SOURCE SEPARATION OF URINE AS AN ALTERNATIVE SOLUTION TO NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT IN WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS: A MODEL-BASED ANALYSIS
    Jose Jimenez, Charles Bott, Nancy Love, John Bratby
  33. ADVANCED RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF BNR OPERATIONS FOR THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
    Sarah Dailey, Peter Young, Robert Sharp, Vincent Rubino, Melissa Motyl, Allen Deur, Keith Beckmann
  34. MASTER PLAN FOR TN OF 0.9 MG/L AND TP OF 0.05 MG/L LEADS TO A CONVENTIONAL TREATMENT AND REUSE RECOMMENDATION AND SAVES $300 MILLION
    Katya Bilyk, Ron Taylor, Paul Pitt, John Dodson, Amy Hanna